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Monday, March 30, 2015

Breaking someone's trust is like crumpling up a perfect piece of paper. You can smooth it out, but it will never be the same again.

If you have a friend who trust you enough to confide in you, you are honor bound to keep the information that your friend confided in you secret. 
That person has deemed you honorable and trustworthy enough to be trusted with personal information. 
If you break that trust and share your friend's personal information, it is an dishonorable act.
Be honorable. 
Be trustworthy. 
If your friend thinks enough of you to confide in you, be man or woman enough to keep it to yourself. 
Doing otherwise reflects on your character, or rather lack of character. 
Never break someone's trust.
No one respects someone who is not trustworthy. You have to earn respect, and when someone confides in you, it is sort of a test of whether or not you are trustworthy. 
Breaking that trust is failing the test, and most of the time, this is a one-time test - there aren't many second chances. 
And, even if you are given a second chance, that person will never completely trust you again. 
"Words to live by in a perfect world, but people push the envelope when it comes to true friendship." said some but to me.....
"TRUE friends don't do that, acquaintances and false friends do."


"Sorry" works when a mistake is made, but not when trust is broken. So in life, make mistakes, but never break trust. Because forgiving is easy, but forgetting and trusting again is sometimes impossible.